First Public Tour in 128 Years


The first ticket holder Frances Hallwood with John Bogacki the Head Lighthouse Keeper. Photo by Richard Graham
The first ticket holder Frances Hallwood with
John Bogacki the Head Lighthouse Keeper.


One of the first groups viewing The Fog Signal Building. Photo by Richard Graham
One of the first groups viewing The Fog Signal Building.


The first public tour of the circa-1875 Piedras Blancas Light Station was at 2 p.m, June 28, 2003. The two-hour tour price has gone up the cost is $15 for an adult, are free for children age 5 arid under, who can ride on adult laps on the bus, and are $5 for the youngsters up to age 18.


Future tours of 50 people each will held and two tours are planned for each day.
To make Lighthouse Tour reservations ONLY. call The National Geographic Theater
at 1-805-927-6811, Monday thru Friday between 9am - 4pm. Have your credit card
ready to secure reservations.